Rev. Joseph Duncan Ostrehan

1801 - 1870

Claimant or beneficiary


The trustee of the marriage settlement of Rev. J.D. Ostrehan of Shepscomb [=Sheepscombe] Parsonage Painswick Gloucestershire, heir at law to Lucretia Ostrehan, was awarded the compensation for three enslaved people on Barbados. The Rev. Joseph Duncan Ostrehan was born in Barbados c. 1801.

  1. Frederick George Lee (1832-1902) theological writer, married the daughter of Joseph Duncan Ostrehan (09/06/1859). In 1856 a Joseph Duncan Ostrehan was chaplain of Vizianagram.

  2. In 1861 Joseph D. Ostrehan aged 60 Vicar Creech St Michael born Barbados and his wife Anne aged 61 born Middlesex were living at Creech St Michael, Somerset. He left £4000 on his death in 1870.


T71/891 Barbados no. 1013

  1. Pawley, Margaret. "Lee, Frederick George (1832–1902), writer on theology." Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. 23 Sep. 2004; Accessed 23 Jun. 2020.; DNB [2nd supplement Vol. II) pp. 440-1; Bengal chaplains, from Hart's Army Lists (1873).

  2. 1861 census online; National Probate Calendar 1870.

Further Information

Anne Withy
Wealth at death
Church of England

Associated Claims (1)

£85 8s 11d
Beneficiary (Heir-at-law)

Relationships (2)

Son → Father
Daughter → Mother

Addresses (2)

Creech St Michael, Somerset, South-west England, England
Sheepscombe Parsonage, Painswick, Gloucestersire, South-west England, England